The fruit of this mystery is Adoration.
This is the final Luminous mystery as it turns out that I didn’t do this back before Lent began, so here it is now. The focus is on adoration of the Eucharist however this is simply adoration of God. One of the ways that the Church can adore the Eucharist is in Eucharistic Adoration, where a host is place in a Monstrance and that is placed on an altar. Some churches have perpetual adoration chapels but if you can’t find any place that holds an Adoration or even a Benediction. One of the ways to adore the Eucharist is to pray in the presence of the Tabernacle before or even after Mass. This might not be a common idea but show up to church a bit early and prayer before the service begins or before and after you receive Communion pray. However, Pope John Paul II suggested to us all in his letter, Dominicae Cenae that “The Church and the world have a great need of Eucharistic worship. Jesus waits for us in this sacrament of love. Let us be generous with our time in going to meet Him in adoration and in contemplation that is full of faith.” This is more than just the brief time we have before or after Mass we need to make more time in our week for God and grow closer to Jesus.